Another funny story..
As you know, the last few days have been stressful, dealing with new parents who don't want to leave their "babies" at child care. Yesterday I had an "incident" with one of them regarding her child's lunch. First she asked me if I could refrigerate her child's lunch for her, to which I had to keep myself from laughing out loud! We have 40 kids at lunch. They don't make a fridge big enough for that many lunches! After explaining to her our no refrigeration rule, she says "Then can you just put his yogurt in there?" To which I replied "No. I'm sorry. We don't refrigerate lunches." To which she replied "But it's just yogurt. It is very small." And she held up her hands to give me a measurement of how small it was. I was becoming annoyed at this point(what part of no don't you get?) so I replied "Yes, I 've seen yogurt before. And no, I'm sorry I can't put it into the fridge." She then gets the yogurt out of the lunch pail and shows it to me! Does she think that I don't understand what she is saying or that I have never seen a container of yogurt before so I can't possibly understand how small it is? I politely explained to her that we cannot refrigerate any part of her child's lunch and she might want to purchase an ice pack for future use. Then I walked away from her. If anyone reading this has children that go to day care, please, please appreciate your day care provider! You have no idea how much cr** they have to put up with!